Skyline opens engineering hub in Bosnia and Herzegovina
September 26, 2022
Skyline Communications, a provider of agnostic end-to-end monitoring and orchestration solutions, has set up a new office in the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina to keep up with its continued growth, tapping into the local talent pool of this emerging tech centre.
With the new Sarajevo outfit, located in the iconic Avaz Twist Tower, the company wants to keep up with the continued growth of Skyline and the rising demand of its innovative DataMiner software.
“Today, the entire tech industry is in a constant state of flux. Our enabling software empowers organizations to build an agile ICT operation that can easily deal with unexpected changes and has the ability to continuously evolve,” asserted Ben Vandenberghe, CEO at Skyline. “But we, too, need to evolve and improve continuously to keep offering the best possible platform out there.”
“The success of Skyline is built on innovation and people,” said Frederik Vandenberghe, CFO at Skyline. “The new engineering hub in Sarajevo will support Skyline’s success story by tapping into a highly skilled talent pool and a dynamic emerging tech scene.”
At the helm of this new project is Dean Muzicka. “Dean is the perfect man for the job. With his deep understanding of the Bosnian culture and his knowledge of the global tech scene, combined with his extensive DataMiner expertise, he has everything it takes to make our Sarajevo office flourish. It’s our goal to grow from 5 to 20 employees in just a few months’ time,” added Vandenberghe
“I’m really excited to work with these amazingly talented people and support them in the expansion and evolution of this engineering hub,” commented Muzicka. “I’m very proud that Skyline has given me the opportunity to help the newly founded team reach its ambitions in my home country. This focus on personal and professional development is one of the reasons why Skyline is growing so fast.”
Skyline Communications has close to 400 employees working across the globe, with offices in Belgium, Portugal, Singapore, and the US, and a permanent presence in Australia, Brazil, China, Colombia, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, the Philippines, the UAE, and the UK. As of now, Bosnia and Herzegovina can be added to that extensive list.